Translation of supervisor in Spanish:

supervisor

supervisor, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsupərˌvaɪzər//ˈsuːpəvʌɪzə/

noun

  • 1

    (overseer)
    supervisor masculine
    supervisora feminine
    • Every cubicle is occupied, by designers, supervisors, and accountants.
    • Bank supervisors, through lax supervision, had become instruments of this policy of propping up favored borrowers.
    • At one school, eight outside supervisors were needed to supervise and substitute.
    • In addition, it is expected that supervisory skills are limited and few supervisors received training in how to manage people.
    • They were mainly telesales people and call centre supervisors who moved into business development and sales management roles.
    • In some cases, court decisions, legislative action, or other informal influences have undermined supervisors.
    • Here's what's surprising to me: 27 percent had come to the attention of supervisors for suspicious activities prior to the crime they were caught committing.
    • Restaurant supervisors start on about €19,000 moving up to €25,000, depending on their experience and place of work.
    • Both supervisors and employees should be educated to look for signs of potential problems.
    • Higher-level managers often spot-quiz supervisors about their new employees: What are his hobbies?
    • Line supervisors were charged with keeping each piece of equipment and each worker fully utilized.
    • Still, there are precious few companies that pay significant attention to how their employees feel about their supervisors, or recognize how important that can be.
    • As difficult as it may be, have a candid conversation with your supervisor about your schedule and ways to recharge your battery.
    • This result corresponds with the presumed deficit in supervisory training of agricultural supervisors and managers and the results of this study.
    • Positive discipline is a mutual problem solving approach in which the supervisor and employee try to reach agreement on how to resolve the issue.
    • He said to this end training of magistrates, investigators, bankers and supervisors has been on-going, and anti-money laundering television programmes have been conducted to try and raise the levels of awareness.
    • It's also helpful to create and constantly update a tracking system to keep account of which supervisors have completed training - and when.
    • The supervisor said that the employees were correct in their response, and to do otherwise would have been beyond the scope of their authority.
    • I also feel frustration when I have to report to, and through many layers of, supervisors, vice presidents, etc. who aren't that bright.
    • Employees expect supervisors and managers to set an example.
  • 2

    (in US: official)
    alcalde masculine
    alcaldesa feminine
  • 3

    (in UK university)
    director de tesis masculine
    directora de tesis feminine
    • Teacher educators, supervisors, and professors who teach, mentor, and advise preservice teachers should consider the resistant nature of teacher efficacy beliefs.
    • If students and supervisors find themselves initially bamboozled with beginning an exegesis, then I suggest that they read the exegeses of others and talk to candidates who are further advanced in the processes.
    • However, in order to make this project work, the Institute needs the input of PhD and MA supervisors to put students in contact with them.
    • Before the course begins, students get their supervisor, their peers, and the people they manage to critique them and forward their evaluations to the course instructors.
    • It was an unusual meeting of supervisor and postgraduates: all four of us were aged between twenty-four and thirty.
    • My heartfelt thank goes to my supervisor for his insightful suggestions.
    • To such supervisors, research students may represent a source of cheap research labour.
    • This commonly occurs in editing and publishing, and in controversial circumstances might be the role a supervisor takes in the postgraduate student's final work.
    • Even better, your supervisor, a top researcher in the field, wants to nurture your interest in science…
    • In the third phase, the participant, her appointed mentor, and her direct supervisor will design a professional development plan.
    • Day-to-day activities varied from helping with the telephone and photocopying to reporting to her supervisor about on-going legislative committee hearings and her own bill-analysis research.
    • And yet, there are also questions we might ask ourselves: How much do you share between supervisor and research student?
    • They have only occasional contact with supervisors, other health professionals and the client's family.
    • I owed my participation to my research supervisor at Cambridge, only to find myself in a group of celebrities from all over the world - statesmen, philosophers, journalists, Members of Parliament and poets.
    • Work done by university staff acting as supervisors for postgraduate students can be viewed in the same way.